T-11.001 - Act respecting the remuneration of elected municipal officers

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11. The treasurer or secretary-treasurer of a municipality whose by-laws are in force shall include, in the financial report of the municipality, a statement on the remuneration and expense allowance received by each council member from the municipality, a mandatary body of the municipality or a supramunicipal body. That information must also be published on the municipality’s website or, if the local municipality does not have a website, on the website of the regional county municipality whose territory includes that of the municipality.
1988, c. 30, s. 11; 1996, c. 2, s. 963; 1996, c. 27, s. 159; 2001, c. 25, s. 188; 2017, c. 132017, c. 13, s. 217.
11. The mayor of a municipality in which a remuneration by-law is in force shall include in his annual report on the financial position of the municipality a list showing the remuneration and expense allowance each member of the council receives from the municipality, a mandatary body of the municipality or a supramunicipal body.
The mayor shall, where applicable, differentiate the basic remuneration and any additional remuneration and shall indicate the special position for which additional remuneration is paid.
1988, c. 30, s. 11; 1996, c. 2, s. 963; 1996, c. 27, s. 159; 2001, c. 25, s. 188.
11. The mayor of a municipality in which a remuneration by-law is in force shall include in his annual report on the financial position of the municipality a list showing the remuneration and expense allowance each member of the council receives from the municipality, a mandatary body of the municipality or a supramunicipal body.
The mayor shall, where applicable, differentiate the basic remuneration and any additional remuneration and shall indicate the special position for which additional remuneration is paid.
Where Ville de Montréal is concerned, the information referred to in the first paragraph shall be transmitted to the citizens in a manner which ensures that it is communicated to them as effectively as information subject to the publicity measures provided for in sections 474.1 to 474.3 of the Cities and Towns Act (chapter C-19).
1988, c. 30, s. 11; 1996, c. 2, s. 963; 1996, c. 27, s. 159.
11. The mayor of a municipality in which a remuneration by-law is in force shall include in his annual report on the financial position of the municipality a list showing the remuneration and expense allowance each member of the council receives from the municipality, a mandatary body of the municipality or a supramunicipal body.
Where applicable, he shall differentiate the basic remuneration, the additional remuneration and the expense allowance which is added to each; he shall indicate the special duties for which additional remuneration and an expense allowance is paid.
Where Ville de Montréal is concerned, the information referred to in the first paragraph shall be transmitted to the citizens in a manner which ensures that it is communicated to them as effectively as information subject to the publicity measures provided for in sections 474.1 to 474.3 of the Cities and Towns Act (chapter C-19).
1988, c. 30, s. 11; 1996, c. 2, s. 963.
11. The mayor of a municipality in which a remuneration by-law is in force shall include in his annual report on the financial position of the municipality a list showing the remuneration and expense allowance each member of the council receives from the municipality, a mandatary body of the municipality or a supramunicipal body.
Where applicable, he shall differentiate the basic remuneration, the additional remuneration and the expense allowance which is added to each; he shall indicate the special duties for which additional remuneration and an expense allowance is paid.
Where the city of Montréal is concerned, the information referred to in the first paragraph shall be transmitted to the citizens in a manner which ensures that it is communicated to them as effectively as information subject to the publicity measures provided for in sections 474.1 to 474.3 of the Cities and Towns Act (chapter C-19).
1988, c. 30, s. 11.